Capacity Building Theory Of Change
Capacity Building is a foundation of the CALP Network’s vision, focus and mandate, and our Capacity Building Strategy emanates from a Theory of Change that describes how the CALP Network’s inputs and activities result in short-term outcomes and can lead to long-term outcomes and ultimate impact. The flowchart below presents this Theory of Change, and integrates anticipated targets for the current strategic period. More importantly, it informs the design, implementation, and evaluation of the CALP Network’s capacity building initiatives, by providing both logic and vision to planning.
The CALP Network’s Capacity Building Theory of Change rests upon the CALP Network’s commitment to develop and ensure access to high quality CTP materials and content, allowing the CALP Network, its members and its partners to conduct a range of activities that will result in demonstrable outcomes within the community of practice. The CALP Network holds the belief that the short-term outcomes of its activities will promote long-term positive improvements in capacity and skills with the community, ultimately leading to an overall outcome of improved cash transfer programming.